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As we have the general formula is that V=E*d . By the same idea we can say that if E=0 ,then  V=0, But it's not true. How? What are the extra factors changing in this case ?

5 years ago


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Dear Karike,


V=∫E•d, therefore, the value of V varies depending upon the constant of integration


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